Les Vogt Bits: The Collector $125.00. This bit has a double swivel mouth piece with some tongue pressure and it’s one of the few mouthpieces in the industry that are designed to work from that pressure point. There are six actual pressure points within a horse's mouth, and if you’re having trouble it means he's gotten too familiar with the pressure points you’re bit is contacting and he’s lost respect for it. So to change the response you’re getting, you just have to change pressure points.
Les Vogt Bit: Leverage Position 1, Mouth Power 2 $129.00. The 95 mouthpiece is designed for a horse that still needs some extra control for his shoulders, for instance when he's starting to lean into corners or as you’re teaching him to neck rein with the proper “shoulders up” form. When you use your reins together this bit works like any other curb bit, but if you use them one at a time you can lift the horse’s shoulders individually. Hobble at bottom can be removed additional movement.
Good list of bits and explanations to what they're used for in training. Always check straps for length and evenness and your buckles every single time. takes 60 seconds could save your horse or yourself.
Les Vogt Bits: Leverage Position 2, Mouth Power 2, Roller Bar $124.00. This is a good all-around bit that does the trick for a lot of horses. The mouthpiece is a modified frog so it works off of a little tongue pressure as well as on the bars of the mouth and that is going to be a new pressure point for a lot of horses. Cheeks feature beautiful hand-engraved German silver overlay on a stainless steel base, and mouthpiece is made from sweet iron with copper roller and inserts.